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Sunday, August 18, 2019

TRADE RESPONSE FOR THE BIRDS – POULTRY FARMERS

Chicken, Turkey and Egg producers say a big hit is coming and the federal government needs to help them adapt. They’re facing increased imports...

PLENTIFUL FEED SUPPLY LEADS TO KEEN PRICES FOR FARMERS

Feed availability is good, with a kinder spring than many had expected leading to lower demand, which in turn is putting pressure on prices....

AFRICAN SWINE FEVER DICTATES PROTEIN PRICES

As the African swine fever outbreak continues to spread across the globe, Australian producers may experience a higher demand for proteins from overseas markets. Market...

SOYABEANS BOUNCE BACK ON HOPES OF US-CHINA TRADE TRUCE

Soyabean prices bounced back on Tuesday as traders continued to weigh the prospect of the US and China reaching a trade war truce at...

NAMIBIA’S BROILER INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTES 0.71% TO GDP

Despite the uncertainty around the current legislation, Namibia’s broiler industry has performed exceptionally well, contributing 0.71% to Namibia’s overall Gross Domestic Product. This is...

SHAKE UP OF GLOBAL TRADE IS THE MAIN FUTURE CHALLENGE

The main challenges the poultry industry faces in the short and long term future are becoming more and more stable factors. Feed quality and...

SA POULTRY GROUP TARGETS US IMPORT QUOTA

JOHANNESBURG – The SA Poultry Association (SAPA) has filed a lawsuit seeking to force the government to suspend a quota that excludes some US...

CHINA HITS BRAZIL BROILER CHICKENS WITH ANTI-DUMPING DEPOSIT

BEIJING, June 8 (Reuters) - China will impose temporary anti-dumping measures on Brazilian broiler chickens from June 9, the commerce ministry said on Friday,...

WEST AFRICA TRAINING PROGRAM FOCUSES ON BUILDING POULTRY CAPACITY

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. — The U.S. Grains Council (USGC) and the Moroccan Federation of Poultry Associations (FISA) is working with West African regional producers...

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